Complaints Against Cleveland Police Drop 40% After Body Cameras Start

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Citizen complaints against Cleveland police officers have dropped nearly 40 percent since the department began using body-worn cameras in February, reports the Northeast Ohio Media Group. Larry Jones, who is overseeing the body camera implementation, told the City Council Safety Committee yesterday that between January and September 30, the department received 225 complaints against officers,
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